DHA to battle back against ‘existential threat’ from Dunwoody officials with own attorney (GA)

The Dunwoody Homeowners Association voted July 10 to hire an attorney to advise the organization about what state law says about DHA members also serving on city boards.  DHA will hire real estate attorney Seth Weissman and ask him to produce a written memo to the homeowners group that details how DHA members can avoid conflicts of interest while serving on city boards, such as the Planning Commission and Zoning Board of Appeals.     Read the article………..


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